Rapid City woman declared endangered missing person

Ester Wolfe
Ester Wolfe was declared an endangered missing person on July 17. (Photo courtesy of the South Dakota Endangered Missing Advisory)

RAPID CITY — South Dakota's Endangered Missing Advisory has issued an alert for a missing Rapid City woman.

Ester Wolfe, 21, was reported missing Sunday in Rapid City after she didn't return home from work on Saturday and missed a family event she was expected to attend.

Wolfe was last seen leaving work after a visit from 33-year-old Jesse Sierra, with whom she had previously been in a relationship involving reported domestic assault. Authorities believe Wolfe may be in Sierra's company and could be in danger.

Wolfe is described as Native American with brown eyes and long brown hair. She is 5 feet, 3 inches tall. Sierra is a 6-foot-2-inch Native American man with black hair and brown eyes. Wolfe and Sierra may be traveling in a dark blue Chevy Avalanche with paper tags.

Those who have information on Wolfe, Sierra or the vehicle can call 605-394-4131.

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